An electric car recharges its batteries at KB Homes' Double Zero house 3.0 in El Dorado Hills on September 30, 2014. Senate Bill 350 envisioned a surge in electric cars by reducing petroleum-based auto fuel, but that provision was removed due to stiff opposition in the Assembly.
An electric car recharges its batteries at KB Homes' Double Zero house 3.0 in El Dorado Hills on September 30, 2014. Senate Bill 350 envisioned a surge in electric cars by reducing petroleum-based auto fuel, but that provision was removed due to stiff opposition in the Assembly. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
An electric car recharges its batteries at KB Homes' Double Zero house 3.0 in El Dorado Hills on September 30, 2014. Senate Bill 350 envisioned a surge in electric cars by reducing petroleum-based auto fuel, but that provision was removed due to stiff opposition in the Assembly. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com